The DL, brazilian manufacturer of electronic devices founded in 2004, is bringing an absurd amount of news for the Eletrolarshow 2015, technology fair that occurs in São Paulo capital until Thursday (23). Of all the products that the company is presenting at the event, call the most attention are the smart watches.
Are two different models: the first of these, e-Guardian, is now available at retail and has a suggested retail price of 399 R$. Geared for kids, is a robust device and noticeably resistant, being marketed in three different colors: blue, green and pink. Equipped with GPS featured by Ehotelat, the smart watch allows parents the child follow his footsteps in real time using an application for Android and iOS.
You can also define a “safe area” for which an alert is issued so that the watch back off too much of home, for example. If equipped with chip YES, e-Guardian gains the ability to make calls to up to three emergency numbers pré-cadastros (if the first does not meet, the second is contacted, and so on). Finally, if someone remove the watch from the wrist of the child or try to turn the appliance off by force, an alert is issued on time.
A Smartwatch Clock Fully As
Already talking about devices “for adults”, the company presents the DL and-Watch, which should hit the market in August by the suggested retail price of 459 R$. Endowed with a 1.54 inch screen, the smartwatch clock is also completely autonomous, being able to make phone calls and operate normally even if it is not paired Bluetooth with a mobile device (it is compatible with Android and iOS).
In addition to basic features for this category of gadgets (monitoring of steps, sleep quality, calorie etc.), and-Watch emits notifications arriving in your cell phone and have a built-in camera to take pictures. The tag does not specify the amount of internal memory of the watch, but warns that it can be expanded with a micro SD card up to 32 GB. The promise is that the battery will last at least two days.